Today on the show, we are talking about money and how to make it. I love money and the information we covered today is the most important information when it comes to making money. Next week on the show, we have a financial expert who is discussing the ins and outs and the details of the 'how to' in money management. But if you really want to 'make the money', not just 'manage the money' you already have, you absolutely have to learn how to manage your mind and create thoughts that help you make more money. This is the foundation that everything else flows from.
I borrowed this book from the library a few weeks back called Property vs Shares: Discover your knockout investment strategy. To be honest I haven’t read it. I confess I’m a serial book stalker at the library and I admit I have a problem. I will borrow about 10 books at a time and there is no way I will actually get through them before they are due back. But getting back to the book, which one is better, property or shares? And which one should you be investing in?
Today we are going to talk about money confidence- why many of us don’t have it and how to get it. First let’s start with what money confidence is. Confidence as in self-confidence is a state of being. It’s about trusting yourself. Having an inner knowing that you have your own back. You do what you say you will do, you follow through and if it all goes to shit you back yourself and compassionately lift yourself back up and try again. You don’t beat yourself up and therefore you are willing to step out of your comfort zone and give it a go.
Have you ever been in a situation where you signed up to the gym and didn’t go? Or decided you were going to get your financial shit together and start saving but somehow you always seemed to have a bill due or just couldn’t get started? Or you made a start on that new goal, whatever it was but it just felt too overwhelming. You just couldn’t manage to go for that run every morning because you were too tired and up all night with your kid.
What if you could gain financial security and live the life of your dreams just by changing your attitude? Is that even possible? According to Paul and Janine authors of Spenditude, it is not our age or income that influences our financial success but rather our 'spenditude'- our attitude towards money. Are you a spender, a slender or a defender? Paul and Janine are on the show to help us identify our spenditude and how we can make small incremental changes to get us on the right path to financial security. Listen to the episode on the player above, or keep reading the transcript.
In this episode we talk with money strategist Lily Hii. Lily shares her money story and journey to becoming a money strategist and business owner, by following the 4 pillars of wealth. You will learn: What is a money strategist Who needs a money strategist How to use the 4 pillars of wealth to create money flowing into your life
Today on the podcast I want to talk to you about doing hard things. The willingness to feel discomfort for the results you want in your life. Last year on the podcast in episode 10 I discussed a concept. The 50/50 of life. It’s a concept I learnt from my coach and by being aware of it it has helped me move mountains in my life. Fifty percent of the time we experience positive emotion and 50% of the time we experience negative emotion.
Relationships. We are all in one, whether it be with a significant other, friends, family or even the relationship we have with ourselves. Some relationships are good, some bad, some are toxic and some are wonderful. Today we are going to discuss relationships and money and how to navigate managing money in a relationship.
Today we are going to be talking about money and shame. According to the Dictionary of Emotions by Patrick Michael Ryan ‘shame’ is an awareness of inadequacy or guilt. My Macquarie Dictionary states: 'the painful feeling arising from the consciousness of something dishonourable, improper, ridiculous, etc., done by oneself or another.’
Today's a bit of a special episode because for the first time I am doing an interview on the Money Mindful podcast. I had the pleasure of interviewing my good friend Bridie about all things money. There are lots of gems in this episode, she talks about what she will be teaching her daughter about money, how she got into investing and her ‘can do’ attitude, how you can go about building a portfolio of three properties on your own from a nurse's wage. Pretty cool story. So without further ado, let's get into it.
Welcome back for season 2! Today we are kicking off 2020 with the first episode of season 2. We are talking about how to make money fast. I did a Facebook post on this late last year and it was quite popular so I thought we could flesh it out in this episode. Let’s face it, who doesn’t enjoy making extra money? We could all do with more information on this topic.